So, the Australian Pale Ale was ready for drinking. Kind of…
Firstly, it was very dark for a pale ale. The malt hadn’t been diluted enough so it was still fairly dark.
In the smell, it was very sweet and very malty. A few floral smells managed to make it through, but it was tough to find them through the sweetness.
This continued on through the taste, which was extremely overpowering. As mentioned, this was a whole can of malt for a very small batch. The beer was excessively malty and very sweet. It was also very thick. It was not unlike cordial when not enough water is added; still much too concentrated.
Unfortunately there isn’t much else to say about this beer. The malt and sweetness was so overpowering, there just wasn’t much else there. Mikey insists that he was able to find some hops tastes in there, and granted, there is a little bit of bitterness coming through, but not much.
Anyway, adding way too much malt does not bear the best results. Sorry Mikey, this isn’t the best creation…